Liz & Mark were married this past week in the countryside of Texas at Liz' beautiful family ranch. Spring was all wild with beauty this year thanks to much needed rain, and the fields rewarded us with many beautiful wildflowers to mark the special occasion.
Liz and Mark have a sincere passion for both each other and for their families, so it was only fitting that nature would rise up with such a beautiful gift for their day. This is the second wedding the family has hosted in the past year; Sarah, Elizabeth's sister, was married to Colby there earlier this past fall.
If you like the music in this wedding video, the song is "Odd Place to Be" by Holly Maher, provided by licensing through The Music Bed (themusicbed.com).
The bride got ready for the day at a nearby home down the street from her parent's house. She put on her dress at the ranch right before the ceremony. The groom and his groomsmen got ready for the day at some guest rooms near the horse stables.
The groomsmen wore boutonnieres made of green succulent aeoniums & bells, and dark brown ties with their tan colored suits. It was a perfect complement to the bridesmaid's dusted mocha brown colored dresses. Each bridesmaid wore a dress in her own cut of choice.
The Outdoor Christian ceremony included readings from family members, hymns being sung, and the bride and groom took their vows in front of a wooden cross wrapped in white flowers and ivy.
Update: to watch Liz & Mark's full film, click here.
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